Originally Posted by newmindsets
I don't know if they are all the same, but my LG Flatron monitor has 7 buttons, or touch sensors rather. They go from left to right:(smart) (fun) (menu) (f-engine) (source) (auto/set) (power)
The auto bright feature can be turned on or off through the (smart)
When you press the (f-engine)
button, you have different presets, which are from left to right: Movie, Internet, User, Normal, Demo
. When you press the user button, you can adjust a slider named "ACE" from 0-2, and a slider named "RCM" from 0-3. I don't know what either of these are, but I have it set to User, 0 on both, which is equivalent to the "Normal"
Hope that helps.
Im guessing you should have the correct settings there. Watched your video again, and seeing at how the dimming is instantaneous, I don't think its your monitor anymore - Sorry for bringing it up in the 1st place.
As for why the problem isn't captured with FRAPS, i believe its got to do with it capturing the... raw framebuffers (not sure I used right term)? Whereas the gamma/brightness adjustment comes later (due to game or other program/profile), I think.
I wonder, if you simply create a profile for Metro in CCC - will there be any difference?